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[WR] Marcin "Maskow" Kowalczyk 23.19 3BLD

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#37
What do You mean, exactly?
I mean that the reactions of a WR can be very interesting and fun to see. To cut it one second (kind of) after the solve, the feelings and atmosphere the WR creates are gone. But that´s just my own personal opinion. I may be dead wrong about it.
 
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#38
scramble: R2 F2 D' R2 B2 U2 B2 D2 R2 F2 L F' L' R F' L2 U' B2 U' L' Fw' Uw'
reorient: x' z'

y D2 R2 D' L2 D R2 D' L2 D' y' [9]
L2 F2 L B2 L' F2 L B2 L [18]
R' U R D' R' U' R D [26]
L F' L' B L F L' B' [34]

M' F' L' F M F' L F [44]
R' U' R U R' U' M' U R U' r' U R [58]
R' U' R U M U' R' U r [68]
y' R' U M2 U' R U M2 U' [78]
d' F R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2 U' F' U [96]

total moves = 96
solve time ~14.60
TPS ~6.58

Really really bad parity in the end, I don't like this case ^ _ ^

BTW. I'm not very good at reconstructions, notation and rotations, please check and tell me if it works : P
 
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#39
scramble: R2 F2 D' R2 B2 U2 B2 D2 R2 F2 L F' L' R F' L2 U' B2 U' L' Fw' Uw'
reorient: x' z'

y D2 R2 D' L2 D R2 D' L2 D' y' [9]
L2 F2 L B2 L' F2 L B2 L [18]
R' U R D' R' U' R D [26]
L F' L' B L F L' B' [34]

M' F' L' F M F' L F [44]
R' U' R U R' U' M' U R U' r' U R [58]
R' U' R U M U' R' U r [68]
y' R' U M2 U' R U M2 U' [78]
d' F R' U2 R U2 R' F R U R' U' R' F' R2 U' F' U [96]

total moves = 96
solve time ~14.60
TPS ~6.58

Really really bad parity in the end, I don't like this case ^ _ ^

BTW. I'm not very good at reconstructions, notation and rotations, please check and tell me if it works : P
Yep, reconstruction works.

Out of curiosity, was the reaction silent, or was there some cheering like in Marcin Zalewski's 23.80 video?
 
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